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Future Plans for High River’s Parks Resident Workshop

Future Plans for High River’s Parks Resident Workshop

Take part in designing future plans for Parks, Trails and Greenspaces HIGH RIVER, ALBERTA – Do you enjoy High River’s parks, trails and open spaces? What do you think they should look like in 2030? Come share your ideas at a workshop on November 26 from 6 – 8:00 p.m. at the Munroe Barn, Sheppard Family Park. Tell us what...

Network with Nature

Network with Nature

Network With Nature – Your Play Your Way Take part in designing future plans for Parks, Trails and Greenspaces The 2020 – 2030 Open Space Master Plan is underway, and we are looking to you to help us plan what our parks, trails and open spaces will look like. Every resident has a voice in this conversation and together we...

Town Responds to Lead Management Guidelines for Municipalities

Town Responds to Lead Management Guidelines for Municipalities

Town staff working diligently on analysis and assure residents water supply is safe HIGH RIVER, ALBERTA – As with other municipalities across Alberta and Canada, the Town of High River has received notification about Provincial and Federal guidelines to assess lead hazards in drinking water and develop management plans on behalf of residents. “These guidelines from Alberta Environment and Parks...

Special Meetings of Council to be Re-Scheduled

Special Meetings of Council to be Re-Scheduled

November 15, 2019 SPECIAL MEETINGS OF COUNCIL – November 18 & 19, 2019 are CANCELLED  High River – Please be advised the Mayor of High River has cancelled the Special Meetings that were originally scheduled for November 18 & 19, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. to review the Operating and Capital Budgets.  These meetings will be rescheduled.  Times and dates will...

2019 Alberta Provincial Budget Impact on Town of High River

2019 Alberta Provincial Budget Impact on Town of High River

HIGH RIVER, ALBERTA – At their November 12 meeting, High River Town Council received an update on the recently announced 2019 Provincial Budget and its impact on the Town’s finances from Kola Oladimeji, Chief Financial Officer. “There will be significant reductions to some municipal grants totalling approximately $1 million,” noted Kola Oladimeji, Chief Financial Officer for the Town. “This will...

November 12 Road Closure Begins – portion of High Country Drive

November 12 Road Closure Begins – portion of High Country Drive

Sanitary Forcemain and Lift Station Decommissioning Start-Up HIGH RIVER ALBERTA – Starting November 12, a portion of High Country Drive will be closed to traffic.  from 7th Street NW to the access into the commercial development just west of Centre Street. The area affected is: High Country Drive from 7th Street NW to the access into the commercial development just...

Provincial Funding Changes: Business as Usual at Parent Link Until New Process in Place

Provincial Funding Changes: Business as Usual at Parent Link Until New Process in Place

Provincial Funding Changes – Business as Usual for High River District Parent Link Centre (PDF) November 7, 2019 The funding process is changing across the Province for Parent Link Centres, Resource Centres and Home Visitation Programs. We would like to assure everyone that it is business as usual for the High River & District Parent Link Centres until the new...

2020 Budget Council Workshops Open to the Public

2020 Budget Council Workshops Open to the Public

The Town of High River would like to invite residents and business owners to attend a series of Council workshops as Council reviews the proposed 2020 municipal budget. The workshops are presented on three separate dates, allowing Council to go through numbers in detail. The workshops are available for the public to attend. “This is a great opportunity for residents...

Wildfire Threat Ended

Wildfire Threat Ended

UPDATE: October 25, 2019 @ 1715 Wildfire Threat Ended UPDATE INFORMATION: The Wildfire threat has ended and the hay bale stack will be monitored overnight. Location: Fire 1: 594 Ave and 16 St W Wildfire threat has ended and the hay bale stack will be monitored overnight. 594 Ave W has reopened. Fire 2: Highway 540 and 32 St. E...